The Winter 2020 issue (#148) of TAPR’s quarterly newsletter, PSR, is now available.
An election for three TAPR Board of Directors positions begins Sunday at 0400 UTC for a two week period, concluding on October 4 at 0400 UTC.
The following is the list of papers submitted for the 2020 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC). Each registered DCC attendee will receive an electronic (pdf) copy of the papers, while non-attendees may purchase a printed copy of the papers for $9 from the ARRL.
The schedule for the 2020 ARRL/TAPR virtual online Digital Communications Conference (DCC) is available now.
The August 2020 issue #145 of TAPR’s quarterly newsletter is now available here and from the TAPR website Library.
The problems related to the website’s login and membership functions have been fixed.
I saw your article on the RPi WSPR boards. I have been using a 30m board since Dayton as my only WSPR activity.Here is a screen shot of a 12 hour report in February, noon to midnight on 2-19-2020 running as recommend and I use a inverted Delta loop as an antenna.These boards really work well even in a sun…
By Stana Horzepa, WA1LOU – As TAPR transitions from our old website to our new website, you may encounter broken links to the old website, for example, links embedded in our newsletter, PSR. All is not lost. Simply substitute www.tapr.org with web.tapr.org in the URL of the broken link. If you encounter any other problems with the new website, please click on the Contact menu…
By Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI – TangerineSDR’s roots extend back to the 2018 ARRL/TAPR DCC in Albuquerque, NM. At that conference, the HamSCI community asked for TAPR’s help in developing a Software Defined Radio that they could use to collect ionospheric and other data. This radio, dubbed the Personal Space Weather Station (PSWS), needed particular capabilities, such as very accurate time-stamping…
TAPR now offers its popular Raspberry Pi QRP TX Shield for WSPR in three versions: 20, 30 and 40 meters!